Endangered Wolf Center Summer Wolf Camp

Spend your summer in the wild! Learn about Mexican wolves, red wolves, maned wolves, swift foxes, fennec foxes, African painted dogs, and more from local animal experts and ambassadors. At Summer Wolf Camps at the Endangered Wolf Center, campers will unleash their inner field biologist and sniff out how stuff works in the wild, big and small. Children and teens will have the chance to let their inner artist shine as we travel, track & trot around the globe to discover unique animals and the incredible adaptations they use to survive. 

Campers will meet on-site from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of their chosen camp week. Online activities will be hosted via Zoom meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays in addition to self-directed, engaging activities the rest of the week via Flipgrid, a private social learning platform.

Tuition is $225/camper + $205 per additional camper of the same family OR $205/member + $185/additional member of the same family. 

Read about how our 2020 campers connected with nature in a blended program here. Enrollment is set to open February 15, 2021. To be among the first to know, please reach out to Camp Director Danna at [email protected]

As of February, 2021, EWC Wolf Camps will be week-long virtual blended experiences featuring 3 in-person half days, and 2 web days with take-home activities. On-site camp activities will be held 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please contact Camp Director Danna at [email protected] to discuss extended care options. Each camper will bring home required materials in a platform on Flipgrid! Tuesdays and Thursdays, when we don't meet in person, we will meet on Zoom for some interactive fun and guest speakers that are guaranteed to leave your campers entertained and inspired. If we are able to begin the summer with a regular daily schedule (M-F, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.), interested and registered families will be notified of that decision in April in order to make the proper arrangements.

Wolf Camp sessions for ages 6-12 will be offered June 7-11, June 14-18, June 21-25, July 12-16, and July 19-23.

Pup Camp for ages 4-5 will be offered July 8-9.

Teen camp for ages 13-15 will be offered July 26-30.

Mask usage and social distancing will be observed at all times on our beautiful outdoor campus. Thank you for your interest in the Endangered Wolf Center. We are looking forward to another PAWsitively amazing summer!


Camp Details
6750 Tyson Valley Road
Eureka, MO 63025
United States
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 7-11
June 14-18
June 21-25
June 28 - July 2
July 6-9
July 12-16
July 19-23
July 26-30
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